Finland offers a favorable data center climate thanks to a variety of factors:
- Geographical location with low risk for natural disasters e.g. no winds of hurricane-force or volcanic activity
- Competitively priced internet connections and other connectivity services
- Legislative transparency, zero currency risk and EU compliance
- One of the lowest energy prices in Europe, stable grid and good green energy availability
Ficolo data centers utilizes the waste heat created by the servers for internal heating purposes. The Air – Cloud Delivery Center also enables waste heat recovery and distribution to district heating system. All electricity used by the data centers is 100% green energy. The cool Finnish climate enables energy savings as cooling can utilize the outside air.
The Air – Cicero Dark Green rating
Ficolo issued a green bond as the first privately owned company in Finland to finance the expansion of The Air – Cloud Delivery Center. The project was reviewed by Norwegian climate research institute Cicero and received the highest Cicero Green rating – Dark Green – being the first data center in the Nordics to receive the rating. The dark green rating is allocated to projects that correspond to the long-term vision of a low carbon and climate resilient future.
The Rock – Solar power plant
The Rock data center utilizes a 2600m2 solar power plant that consists of 850 solar panels that produce a 255 kWp peak power. The system is utilized specially in the summer months, when the cooling needs of the data center are at their yearly peak.
The Ficolo solar power plant energy production figures can be followed in real time at: http://solar.ficolo.net
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